You could be only the second owner of this 1960s midcentury-style five-bedroom house in Ecclesall, Sheffield, South Yorkshire.
We’re presuming the 1960s, as the date details aren’t offered by the seller. But you can see why we’re presuming that from the images. It was both designed and built by the original owner and although some of the interior isn’t exactly cutting edge, it’s in good condition and the shell is certainly impressive.
In fact, it’s positively luxurious in places – also benefitting from an ‘exclusive location’. It’s certainly at the better end of Sheffield, that’s for sure.
For your money, you get a serious amount of space too. That includes a large entrance hall, five bedrooms (one accessed via a feature spiral staircase), four bathrooms, a large breakfasting kitchen, a double conservatory ‘with space and plumbing for hot tub jacuzzi’, a utility room plus a large living room with dining space and feature pitched ceiling with picture windows.
The lower ground floor, which can be accessed on the level from the rear, is a large study / play room / office / consultancy room (and could be a self-contained flat) with sauna, WC, and access through to the double garage and to a workshop.
The house is also set within a ‘generous’ plot with ‘manicured mature private gardens’ that incorporate a level lawn, mature shrubs and trees. There also looks to be a double garage built in, along with gated access from the front of the house.
If all of that appeals, £875,000 is the asking price. Many more images on the agent’s site.